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Sunday Drive

Sunday Drive’s Needle/Eye has a solid, guitar-based indie rock vibe, but the Dallas band’s third studio album does generic indie one better by being...

Coal Fever

In James Michael Taylor’s new album, Slaughter Mountain, the singer-songwriter persuades us to walk a country mile — and then some — in his...

Packing Gatts, Clocking SAT’s

Nerdcore reached its nadir, to use a geeky term, a few years ago, with the debut c.d. from novelty act MC Hawking. The make-believe...

Nina Simone

The very concept is a bit jarring: Take one of the most socially conscious, independent, folk-jazz, whatever-style-she-wanted-to-sing artists from the 1960s. Ask some of...

Bonnie “Prince” Billy

Multitalented artist Will Oldham has kept busy over the past couple of years. He’s acted in critically acclaimed films, including last year’s Junebug and...

The Evangelicals

Any band that opens an album with a minute-long instrumental prelude of squiggling, squealing synth guitar lines — and calls it “Mouthful of Skeletons”...

Magic

A “dove hunter,” or “Southern Unknown,” is a mythical, winged scorpion. Dove Hunter is a relatively new North Texas band. What the two have...

The Wastedland

If you head east on Belknap, you’ll end up in Haltom City. You’ll know because the scenery turns into a seemingly never-ending loop of...

Cross Canadian Ragweed

This four-piece band from Oklahoma kills at live shows, especially for listeners hoisting beer bongs and sucking reefer. CCR is a fun-ass bunch that’s...

Michelle Malone

Sugarfoot is one of those c.d.’s that can be inserted in the space between the blues and rock without really adding anything new to...